Library Lovers Day 2020

In Library World 14 February is not Valentines Day, it’s Library Lovers’ Day!

Libraries around the world join in the fun of Library Lovers’ Day on 14 February each year to celebrate libraries, librarians, book lovers, and lovers of libraries.

Win a $250 Red Balloon experience

Know someone who’s not already a Library Lover? Introduce a friend to the benefits of the library. If they sign up to be a member, they could WIN a fabulous $250 Red Balloon, opens a new window voucher! Even your kids can have their own library card! Sign them up online now - and decide later if they get the prize or you do! We won't judge!

Did you know we have digital memberships? Sign up online, opens a new window in just a few minutes and start downloading or streaming instantly from our eLibrary collection (eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, games, learning resources and more!) then take a form of ID into a library branch to upgrade to a Full Membership, opens a new window and be able to borrow up to 30 physical items at once! 

All new members who sign up either online or in branch between Saturday 1 February to Friday 14 February go in the draw.

This year we will be celebrating with a number of wonderful events throughout the region. Maybe you’d like to learn how to make some traditional ricotta donuts, decorate a biscuit or make your own decorative paper garland to share with those you love. You can even try speed dating with a Library – just perfect for busy people on the go! Come along and try our recommended apps and find your favourite online freebies.

Or simply join in the fun of our bookish matchmaking and let your library play matchmaker and connect you to your next read. This is your opportunity to uncover something new! Our librarians have been busy selecting great reads and wrapping them up. Each mystery book will have a short description and age indicator to help you find a book to match your interests.

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